Even with the global health crisis still raging and changing the way we live, be it in ordinary life or the professional one. However, even with our way of life so utterly displaced, we shouldn’t forget the things that make us human. And two defining things we are-loving and finding just any excuse to drink and celebrate-depending on what you prefer. The pandemic should not stop us from enjoying quality time with the ones closest to us, of course, done in a safe and responsible way. So what do Prince William and Kate Middleton, one of the most talked-about couple in recent times, have planned for this Valentine’s Day.
The couple has been isolating at their country home Anmer Hall, in Norfolk, with their three children-George, Charlotte and Louis-with the two now going to Sandringham House for any royal duty connected things. The Queen has borrowed the residence so that Prince William and Kate can use it when they have video conferences about their royal duties and projects, as well as all kinds of people.
With Valentine’s Day close by, fans have been wondering how the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will spend the romantic day. The most likely scenario is that the two will enjoy the day in private at home, as this year Valentine’s Day is on Sunday, meaning they should be off work.
Past Valentine’s have gone great, with Prince William having quite the track record for buying Kate just the right presents. He never misses, especially if the gift includes sapphires or any other kind of jewelry. Maybe William will go for a more sentimental route, with one sweet story from when they were dating is that the Prince once cooked Spaghetti Bolognese for Kate, trying to impress her with his cooking skills, so that would be perfect for this lockdown Valentine’s Day.
With the kids yet to return to school, the whole family might be included, with the family-of-five having some kinds of day outside on Sunday.